CheckPoint-Childhood Development and Sexual Behavior

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Unformatted text preview: Post your answers to the following: Many parents do not have a background in childhood development and may not recognize that there are normal childhood sexual behaviors. In 200 to 300 words, review sexual behaviors associated with the stages of childhood development. Include in your discussion examples of behavior related to the following stages of development: infancy, early childhood, preadolescence, and adolescence. A person’s sexuality commences in the womb and continues throughout life. In infancy, children typically touch their genitals, thrust sexually against their parents, and boys have erections. They are very curious and may engage in sexual play with other children. In early childhood (ages 3- 8), many children engage in same-sex or opposite sex interactions with other children and many experiment with masturbation. In same sex experimentation, girls touch each other’s genitals and young men may touch each other’s penises. This may also include oral/anal contact. In opposite young men may touch each other’s penises....
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